Vistara begins non-stop flights on Delhi-Frankfurt route
Vistara begins non-stop flights on Delhi-Frankfurt route

New Delhi: Full-service carrier Vistara on Thursday commenced non-stop flight operations between Delhi and Frankfurt, under the travel bubble agreement between India and Germany.

Accordingly, the inaugural flight was operated by Vistara's Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. The airline will fly between the two cities twice a week - on Thursdays and Saturdays, said Vistara's Chief Executive Officer Leslie Thng. "The launch of our services to Frankfurt is another important step ahead in our commitment towards growing our global network and strengthening our presence in Europe," He said

"As one of world's busiest aviation hubs, Frankfurt promises great opportunities for India's best airline to grow in the global market." He added

Passengers who meet the visa/entry requirements laid down by both the countries can book to travel.

Last week, Vistara also said it will begin flights between Mumbai and Male from March 3 onwards under the air bubble arrangement formulated between India and the Maldives. Accordingly, the carrier's flights between Mumbai and Male would operate three times a week i.e,  Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

Vistara is an Indian full-service carrier based at Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. The airline provides domestic services to major metropolitan centres and tourism destinations. The carrier is a JV between Tata Sons Private Limited and Singapore Airlines Limited.

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